The Walls is an Irish rock band. They were formed in 1998 by two ex-members of The Stunning - brothers Steve and Joe Wall. Their debut album "Hi-Lo" was released in 2000 and included the singles "Bone Deep", "Something's Wrong" and "Some kind of a Girl". U2 invited The Walls to support them at their second show in Slane Castle in 2002 after the band sent them copies of their debut. A number of songs from Hi-Lo featured in the movies: Goldfish Memory; On the Edge (starring Cillian Murphy); and Dead Bodies. In 2002 they released the single "To the Bright and Shining Sun". It was used on a major Irish TV commercial and became a major hit in Ireland. The subsequent album "New Dawn Breaking" (2005) included "To the Bright and Shining Sun" and three other singles: "Drowning Pool", "Passing Through" and "Black and Blue". The 2013 movie Begin Again starring Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo features "Drowning Pool" over the opening credits. The first track on the album "Open Road" provedЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Hi-Lo [2000, альбом]
- New Dawn Breaking [06.2005, альбом]
- Stop the Lights [09.03.2012, альбом]
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